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Manor Road Primary School
Manor Road, Clayton-le-Woods, PR6 7JR, UK Chorley
+44 (0)1772 335699


MANOR ROAD is a community primary school currently catering for approximately 245 children aged from four to eleven.

There are eight modern teaching bases with associated resource areas providing excellent facilities for our eight classes. This allows small group as well as whole class work. There is a multi-purpose hall used for assemblies, PE and as a dining room. We have well-stocked libraries with computers and interactive whiteboards in all classrooms. Outdoor facilities include a hard play area and extensive grounds within which we have sports pitches, a pond and wildlife areas.


Our Mission is to:

  • have strongly established values which form the foundation for all we do.
  • promote positive behaviour in partnership with parents/carers to ensure all children are equipped with essential social skills.
  • provide active and exciting learning and teaching, enabling everyone to achieve their potential.
  • ensure that pupils possess skills for the 21st Century, especially in ICT.
  • provide the whole school community with the opportunity to experience a wide range of sporting and other extra curricular activities to enrich their lives.
  • communicate openly with staff, pupils, parents/carers and the wider community.
  • provide a safe, clean, attractive environment which enhances the learning experience.


In the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1, children are taught in four classes of fewer than 30, two of them having mixed ages. In Key Stage 2, they spend most of their time in classes with children of a similar age. Children work at an individual level, as whole classes and in small groups in order to match work to their personal needs.

The Early Years Foundation Stage covers the education of children from birth to five years and this is followed in reception class and into year 1 as appropriate for individual pupils. The Foundation Curriculum, based on the early learning goals, is planned to lead smoothly into the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1. The Foundation Curriculum stresses the equal importance of the six areas of learning.


These vary according to the interests and strengths of individual members of staff. At present the following activities are offered.

  • Sports: Football, athletics, swimming, badminton, rounders, rugby, tennis, judo, crown-green bowling
  • Sports Days
  • Inter-school sports tournaments
  • Music : Choir, recorders, keyboard, brass, guitar, violin, cello, percussion, orchestra
  • Arts: Dance, drama, story & poetry club, knitting club, annual musicals/concerts
  • French
  • Chess
  • Outings, trips, residential activity holiday
  • Themed weeks eg Health and Fitness, Book Week
  • Local quizzes and other activities at High
  • Schools eg Maths Challenge
  • School Council

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